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Parents' Guide to

Adventure Force 5

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Fun tween-centered sci-fi adventure also promotes product.

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Community Reviews

age 6+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 6+

Really fun movie for the whole family

My kids couldn't get enough of this film. It's got fun action, great characters and a unique plotline that we all enjoyed. Reminds me of the kind of films I grew up on and loved.
age 4+

Love it!

My son has been watching this movie over and over. I enjoyed it watching it with him the first time. Seems to be very entertaining. Even my 11 year old who walked in the room got pulled in and started watching it.. but my 6 year old reallllyyyy likes this movie. Its cute, and clean. He was very captivated by the colors and 'action'. He totally envisioned himself in the movie lol. We need more film for kids because these days it seems even cartoons have adult content. Would definitely recommending watching with your kids.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (3 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

Inspired by Walmart's exclusive Adventure Force dart blasters, this family-friendly movie tells a story that's both lighthearted and heartfelt. The diverse group of kids are clever enough to use their smarts, skills, and creative thinking to problem solve, strategize, and chase down the invaders (and their creator) without being old enough to drive a car. While the oddball gang isn't perfect, they're good kids with good intentions, which makes them fun to root for. Best of all, what makes them misfits at school are what makes them the neighborhood superheroes you can't help but be proud of. The fact that Adventure Force 5 is a promotional vehicle for the toys is inescapable, but it's still an entertainingly zany sci-fi adventure that tweens can enjoy.

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